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Tag: condominium law

Tag: condominium law

CONDOMINIUM LAW: Too Many Loud Parties in Your Condominium Building?

Recently a Client who owned a condominium unit in a condominium building, came into my office and complained that he was being a target of an...

CONDOMINIUM LAW: 10 Day Cooling Off Period and Giving Proper Notice of Rescission

The condominium market in Toronto is and has been hot over the past few years for a variety of reasons such a seeming stable Canadian economy,...

REAL ESTATE LAW: Condominium Basics

WHAT IS A CONDOMINIUM? The term “condominium” refers to a specific, legal form of owning real estate; not to the physical style of the building, or the...

Real Estate Law: Closing a Real Estate Transaction

Choosing a closing date The closing date can be whenever the parties agree upon, however selecting a closing date on a weekend or statutory holiday will prevent your...

A Note to Condominium Developers

Condominiums are becoming increasingly important as more people choose to live in condos. In recent years, the condo industry has been booming in Canada with new...

CONDOMINIUM LAW: Rules and by-laws you should know prior to purchasing.

Unit owners must comply with the specific rules and by-laws of the condominium corporation, otherwise the Corporation has the right to get a court order directing compliance and...

REGULATING THE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT OF YOUR CONDOMINIUM

The residential condominium is now a modern way of living to get away from all the daily chores of home ownership. Living in a condominium is...

STATUS CERTIFICATE REVIEW – A Way Out of the Deal?

Last week, one of my clients called to inform me that the sale of his condo unit failed to firm up because the purchaser’s lawyer advised...

Does a Hot Tub in Your Condominium Back Yard or Terrace Need Approval?

Case analysis on the Ontario Court of Appeal decision and interpretation of Section 98 of the Ontario Condominium Act, specifically deals with an owner needing approval...

Have a Great Condominium Balcony or Terrace? Careful You May Not Actually Own It!

Condominium balconies or terraces are generally now owned by the unit owner, they are exclusive use common elements owned by the condominium corporation. Any addition,...